Technology Advancement Group, Inc v. Ivyskin, LLC
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|August 22, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER entered as to Defendant's 31 Motion to Set Aside or Amend Default Judgment. For the reasons stated in this Memorandum Opinion and Order, Defendant's motion is DENIED, as outlined. (See Order for Specifics) Entered 8/21/14 and filed 8/22/14. (Signed by District Judge Raymond A. Jackson on 8/21/14). (ecav, )
|July 14, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER entered and filed 7/14/14. Before the Court is Plaintiff Technology Advancement Group. Inc. ("TAG")' Motion for Default Judgment against Defendant IvySkin, LLC. ECF No. 18. Defendant did not file a respons e to Plaintiffs motion. The Court held a hearing on this matter on June 26. 2014. and it is accordingly now ripe for judicial determination. For the reasons stated herein. Plaintiffs Motion for Default Judgment is GRANTED. It is ORDERED that judgment be entered on behalf of Plaintiff and against Defendant, in a total amount of $68,409.68. Defendant is also PERMANENTLY ENJOINED AND RESTRAINED from certain acts as outlined at the conclusion of this Order. (See Order for Specifics) (Signed b y District Judge Raymond A. Jackson on 7/14/14). Copies provided to all parties as directed on 7/15/14. Copy mailed to defendant as directed on 7/15/14 at both his previous address of record and to the address used on his most recent letter to the Court, ECF No. 23.(ecav, )
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